NRS Boundary Sock

NRS Boundary Sock
NRS Boundary Sock
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Boundary Sock by NRS
The NRS Boundary Sock is a high cut neoprene sock that is waterproof and warm, to be worn with sandals, or rubber boots when you're concerned about water getting in. 3mm thick neoprene fabric has fully-taped seams to keep water from seeping through, and a HydroCuff seal holds the sock up to it's 18in height.

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SKU: NRS0123
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